2. Davante Adams
Davante Adams was one of the only players who thrived without Rodgers last season. Proving he’s truly one of the game’s best. Even though he failed to reach the century mark in receiving yards, he still had 74 receptions for 885 yards and 10 touchdowns while missing two-plus games due to concussions. Hopefully, he’s able to stay concussion free this season, as another one could be very detrimental to his long-term health.
Regardless, he has a great connection with Rodgers and is one of, if not the, only consistent target at receiver. Rodgers has great rapport with both him and Randall Cobb, but Cobb has struggled a bit over the past few seasons.
With a healthy Rodgers at quarterback and Adams able to avoid concussions and dirty hits, he should have a tremendous season. Look for him to get close to 100 receptions, 1200 yards and 10-12 touchdowns again.